Monthly Archives: October 2017

How to Sharpen the First Sentence in Every Chapter

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Carolyn Dennis-Willingham ? We all know that the first sentence or two in a novel needs to, not only grab a reader’s attention, but flip them out of bed, melt them…

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Getting Over Yourself: Advice for Novelists

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? by Richard Risemberg There are many ways to become a good writer, but one of the best ways to become a great one–besides giving yourself a thorough grounding in the mechanics of…

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Free Editing Comes to AWP Writers Club!

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? Hi all! I’m pleased to announce that A Writer’s Path Writers Club has partnered further with Liam J. Cross Writing & Editing to offer free editing services exclusively for AWP Writers Club…

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16 Ideas of How to Promote Your Book Before and During Launch

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? by Anna del C. Dye To promote or not, that is the great dilemma. If you are an author, you have to promote your book or no one will know it is…

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How to Find a Good Editor for Your Book

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Emily Nemchick We all know how it goes. You write a knockout book, but that’s only the beginning. Getting from The End to publication can be a real headache, and a…

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Editing 101: The Price of Editing

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by J.U. Scribe Free editing anyone? That was the question I found myself asking when it came down to editing my own story, Before the Legend which I’m merely weeks away from publishing.…

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